Check out some examples of my work
Many thanks to Scott Myles and his talented daughter at Salon Sonder for giving me the opportunity of creating their new website!
The website features:
- Video on the home page hero section
- Online appointment booking link
- Hairstyle image gallery
- Facebook comments
Inner Soul Guidance
Deb and Leanne needed an eCommerce store to promote and sell their newly designed Oracle Cards.
Automated Gift Cards and pre-orders were major requirements.
Web Tech Design provided a customised web-store that allowed end users to login securely, place orders online and select their method of payment (PayPal or Credit Card).
Thank you to Deb and Leanne at Inner Soul Guidance for taking me on!
Totally Workwear Salisbury
Totally Workwear Salisbury needed an online store that their end users could place orders securely 24/7.
Web Tech Design provided a customised web-store that allowed end users to login securely, place orders online, but without a payment gateway. This reduced the web-store setup costs as payments were charged to an existing 30 day account (after the order was placed).
Bev Thompson at PBT Embroidery wanted to update her existing website which hadn’t been touched for a few years.
The brief was to create a fully responsive, mobile friendly website that would create a colourful impression, showcase their range of product suppliers, and also present their services.
I produced a website that covered the initial brief, but then added a few extras, such as: touch initiated phone link, smooth scroll effects, google maps location and a contact us form.
A big thank you to Bev Thompson for asking me to create her website.
T And C Custom Clothing
T And C Custom Clothing is a promotional products business, located in Adelaide, South Australia.
Their brief was to design a website that first and foremost, would be mobile friendly. They also wanted to showcase their vast range of products via links to suppliers websites.
I designed a website that would suit their needs. All links to suppliers’ websites are set up so that the user doesn’t actually navigate away from T & C’s site. This keeps the viewer on the site, rather than navigating away via external links.
Thanks to Tim & Carolyn Crowther at T & C Custom Clothing for taking me on!